Discover Puerto Rico, the Island of Enchantment

Imagine a place with over 500 years of Spanish tradition and culture, outdoor adventures, and pristine beaches nestled within a tropical rainforest. Puerto Rico has it all. The Island of Enchantment is open for business, and is ready to share its charm, beauty, and fun. Get up close and personal with Puerto Rico’s incredible natural attractions, steep yourself in the Spanish colonial and Puerto Rican heritage, and immerse yourself in the rich culture and traditions that make Puerto Rico one-of-a-kind. 

Puerto Rico’s vacation lands are brimming with things to do and see. Explore the many beaches and bays, go snorkelling and scuba diving, or just sit and soak up the tropical sun. Puerto Rico is quickly becoming a golfer’s paradise as well as the “golf capital” of the Caribbean with over 25 spectacular courses. Discover the island’s many outdoor adventures. Ride a wave, go kayaking, or take a nature hike in the forest. Don’t miss the caves, waterfalls, and hot springs. Take a day to pamper yourself and enjoy a luxurious spa treatment or experience the island’s unique tropical flavours. Puerto Rico is for romance with nature. 

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Puerto Rico offers visitors a wide array of accommodations, from elegant boutique hotels and luxury resorts to quaint inns and charming bed and breakfasts. Whatever your style, Puerto Rico has a lodging choice that will perfectly suit your needs. 

Your Puerto Rico vacation can be whatever you want it to be. Experience the history, heritage, natural beauty, adventure, and romance of Puerto Rico. Or alternatively, have a relaxing, stress-free getaway. No matter what recipe you follow, Puerto Rico is the place for you. Let Puerto Rico’s tours and attractions take you on a magical adventure.

Getting there 

Depending on where you are coming from and which city you are visiting, Puerto Rico has four international airports: Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, San Juan/Carolina International Airport, Mercedita International Airport and Aeropuerto Internacional Rafael Hernández Airport. 

What to Bring 

Suntan lotion, beach towel, swimsuit, sunglasses, hat, and some cash in small bills and coins. Puerto Rico uses the US currency and credit cards can be used at many hotels, restaurants, shops, and other establishments. 

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Puerto Rican cooking is a melting pot of Spanish, African, and Indian cuisines. Aside from traditional Puerto Rican food, you will find many international restaurants. 


Puerto Rico has a host of activities and entertainment. Enjoy snorkelling, scuba diving, white-water rafting, biking, caving, fishing, hiking, and sailing water sports, or take in a round of golf at one of the many spectacular courses. 


Cars, taxi cabs, and buses provide reliable transportation. 


Friendly, helpful, and laid back. 


Puerto Rico’s climate is tropical marine and rainforest climate. Temperatures are warm year-round, and the humidity is high. Humidity is higher during the wet season. 

The dry season is from December to March, and the wet season is from April to November. 


Old San Juan is surrounded by a 17th Century Spanish walled city. The architecture of the buildings, churches, and plazas are breathtaking. You can also check out: El Yunque Rainforest, the Arecibo Observatory, and El Morro Fort. Alternatively, Puerto Rico has a variety of bars and pubs, nightclubs, and casinos. There’s something for everyone. 

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